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Bird in the Hand

Bird in the Hand
a rehearsed reading of a play by John Drinkwater

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 A B O U T


A rare chance to see a reading of work by local playwright John Drinkwater, performed by members of Woodhouse and the Leytonstone Library play reading group.

Drinkwater was born in Leytonstone in 1882. His father was a schoolmaster. Drinkwater’s first big playwrighting success came in 1918 with the play Abraham Lincoln. During his day, John Drinkwater was a popular poet and playwright. Bird in the Hand, a comedy drama was written in 1927. It was first performed at Birmingham in September 1927 and had its London opening at the Royalty Theatre in April 1928.

 W H E R E   &   W H E N   &   H O W   M U C H

at the Welsh Church Hall

TICKETS FREE
advance booking only

Sat 17 July 2004, 2pm

 C A S T

Guests / KC

Alistair Agnew

Sir Robert

Phil Braithwaite

Alice

Carrolle Jamieson

Gerald

Jonathan Pease

Thomas

Graham Perkins

Joan

Kathryn Robinson

Blanquet

Paul Robinson

Cyril Beverley

Tim Saward

 P R O D U C T I O N   T E A M

Director

Ita Hill

Technical

Peter Raggett

Musical Arrangement

Jonathan Pease

Thanks to

Leytonstone Library Playreading Group

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